Ros Shaw

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Member of Professor Juliet Osborne's research group, working closely with Pete Kennedy

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Dr Ros Shaw

Research Fellow

Profile

My research interests focus on the conservation of species and habitats in human dominated environments, particularly plants, invertebrates and their interactions. My current research includes the impacts of biodiversity in local and surrounding areas on the ecosystem services provided to farmers, particularly pollination and pest regulation. I am also working on a project to assess how urban areas can be improved for biodiversity and people. I also coordinate Professor Juliet Osborne’s research group.

I am also a member of the Biosciences department in the College of Life and Environmental Sciences.

Research publication titles

Research interests

  • Conservation of habitats and species in human-dominated environments
  • Impacts of management activities on biodiversity

Current projects

Qualifications

2006 PhD Ecology (James Hutton Institute and University of Aberdeen)
2001 BSc Botany and Zoology (University of Reading)

Career

2012 Associate Research Fellow, University of Exeter
2008-2012
Postdoctoral Researcher, University of Oxford
2006-2008
Ecologist, National Trust for Scotland
2006-2007
Assistant Research Coordinator, Frontier/Society for Environmental Exploration

Contact details

Email r.shaw@exeter.ac.uk
Building Environment and Sustainability Institute
Room 2.03
Address University of Exeter
Penryn Campus
Penryn
Cornwall TR10 9FE
UK